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TheeJaxon
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Post by TheeJaxon »

I have the following ip address I have been corresponding with, they are supposed to be a travel agency/agent that I have been working with for a trip.
I have done the ip look up several times and all had different results first result put them in New Jersey, United States but a second search put them in Oregon, United States.
I am told that they are in the United Arabic Emirates. But I know little on how this works and would like to make sure that they are legit.

Thank you for any help.

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Re: ip search

Post by Chrispcritters »

Unfortunately hotmail does not include the sender's IP address in the email headers. In general I would be wary of any business that uses a personal hotmail email address to conduct business.
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Re: ip search

Post by nielsencl1 »

In general, Hotmail does not provide the sender's IP address. But in some cases I have seen where there are IP addresses showing that can help an investigation. In this case, I noticed the following:
authentication-results: spf=softfail (sender IP is 25.152.74.59)
smtp.mailfrom=hotmail.com; gmail.com; dkim=none (message not signed)
header.d=none;gmail.com; dmarc=fail action=none header.from=hotmail.com;
received-spf: SoftFail (protection.outlook.com: domain of transitioning
hotmail.com discourages use of 25.152.74.59 as permitted sender)
This IP address is registered to the "UK Ministry of Defence" (http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip/25.152.74.59)
and I think that may be the indication you are looking for that you are dealing with some kind of scammer.

Good luck and don't trust ANYONE on the Internet!!!
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